Classic Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman

by Vitra

The iconic mid-century club chair designed by Charles & Ray Eames in 1956 set a benchmark in the history of furniture manufacturing.

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Product Story

One of - if not the most - iconic designs of the 20th Century, the Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman personifies mid-century cool. Designed by husband and wife duo Charles & Ray Eames in 1956, this ‘updated version of the old English club chair’ set a benchmark in the history of furniture manufacturing, combining luxurious comfort with the highest-quality materials and craftsmanship. The lounger has an unmistakably modern shape while the leather upholstery harks back to the tradition of English armchairs, beginning with William Morris’s late 19th century designs.
  • Iconic mid-century design by Charles & Ray Eames in 1956

  • Amply proportioned chair that combined ultimate comfort with the highest quality materials and craftsmanship.

  • Shock mounts to ensure the ultimate luxury comfort

  • Vitra exclusively produce the Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman, offering their carefully curated combinations, therefore not every combination is available (labelled Out of Stock). If you would to explore a different combination available, simply click the start again button to refresh the options

  • For more mid-century style ideas, read our Mid-Century Modern Style guide.

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Specifications

Specification

Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman Classic Dimensions Technical

Specifications

Dimensions

  Chair Footstool
Height 84cm 42cm
Width 84cm 63cm
Depth 85 - 91cm 56cm
Seat H 38cm N/A
Seat W 54cm 50cm

Materials & Information

Upholstery 100% Cowhide Leather in a wide selection of finishes and colours
Seat & Back Shell Moulded natural wood veneers in a wide selection of finishes
Base Five-star swivel base in die-cast aluminium with a choice of finishes
Glides Choose from hard glides for carpet or felt glides suited for hard floor

Care & Buying Guide

  • Chair and Ottoman arrive fully assembled

  • Please Note: Whilst the images displayed here are accurate, they are designed to act as a guide. Differences in seams and texture may vary slightly on the finished item.

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A Heal’s Furniture delivery

  • Uses our own specialist two-man crews.
  • Delivered to your room of choice.*
  • Fully assembled and checked by our team.
  • All packaging removed and disposed of responsibly.
  • £69 … but free for orders over £5,000.
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Designed By Charles & Ray Eames

In a career that spanned over forty years, husband and wife duo Charles and Ray Eames developed countless ground-breaking pieces of furniture. Cementing their names as figureheads of America’s Mid-century Modern movement, the couple produced a prolific range of designs including the Eames Lounge Chair (1956), DSW Chair (1950) and Eames House (1949) all of which are still to this day heralded for their innovative use of new materials.